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GuestGeorgianna Widmer
State & CountryKansas - USA
MessageMy dad Don Houston was a Navy Corpman with the Marines Easy Co.2-1 in Korea during most of 1951. He is still living but has very little sight. I would love to hear from anyone that might remember him. A few years ago he let us read a diary that he had from that time and mentions several Marines he served with. (Guiliano, Carter, Costello, Pastore, Kiser, Thomas, Brandon,Blankenship, Haywood, Hill, Gordon, Hlovarty, Brookm Sullivan, Roberts) If any of these names are familar please let me hear from you.
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Posted10/30/2008 2:29:14 PM

GuestRon (baby) Sterner
State & CountryNorth Carolina - USA
MessageGREAT SITE------Like to hear from former "Marines" stuck in NEWFOUNDLAND 1952 to 1953 Especially those who were in "tent city" Parris Island in Sept 1951
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Posted10/29/2008 6:23:36 PM

GuestBernie Gisolf
State & CountryIowa - USA
MessageI shipped out of Ft. Lewis, WA to Pusan in April 1953. Looking for anyone who was with me.
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Posted10/28/2008 12:12:34 AM

GuestMicheal Baldwin
State & CountryMissouri - USA
MessageI am trying to find anyone that would remember my dad (Roy Iverson Baldwin). All I know for sure is that he served in Army and was in the Korean War. Anyone one that has any information about him please contact me.
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Posted10/26/2008 9:38:02 PM

GuestTed Higby
State & CountryMaryland - USA
MessageMy maternal uncle and cousin served in Korea. I was four when the war began and remember it well including my mother purchasing the 78 rpm record: "God Bless Our Boys In Korea". Over the years, I was allowed to play it as often as I wished. I was surprised that your site was the only place I could find mention of it using a Google search. My cousin, Leornard Hebb, USA was KIA, my uncle Donald R Lipscomb was wounded at the same time and survived. I am a Marine Viet Nam Vet and later served as an Army Chaplain and United Methodist Pastor for 32 years.
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Posted10/25/2008 5:16:19 PM

GuestLena Moore
State & CountryIllinois - USA
MessageI am looking for my sister who was born to my father, a US Army Veteran, in South Korea. Her name is Terri, born 8-28-64 and mother's name is Mona.
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Posted10/23/2008 5:17:54 AM

GuestJoyce Wilson
State & CountrySouth Carolina - USA
MessageI was looking for anyone who served with my father, Robert Henry Benson. "I" Company, 5th RCT 1950-1953.
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Posted10/20/2008 8:55:03 PM

GuestFred Braneff
State & CountryTexas - USA
MessageJust checking in... Charlie Company 5th RTC.. Landed with the 5th in July 1950.. wounded twice.. left September 1951..
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Posted10/19/2008 12:27:52 PM

GuestRonald Clarke
State & CountryVirginia - USA
MessageI served with the 801st Medical Air Evacuation Unit, U.S. Air Force from 1952 until 1954. Our Unit was composed of Flight Nurses and Aeromedical Technicians. Of course we also had the Admin & support people in our squadron to arrange for the aircraft, ground transportation and billeting Our home base was Tachikawa AFB, Japan. The 374th Troop Carrier Wing provided our airborne transportation as we air evacuated the seriously wounded from many K-operating locations back to Japan and onto Okinawa, Clarke AFB Phillipines and some back stateside to Hawaii and the ZI. The 801st Med AirEvac Unit was the ONLY unit providing air evacuation of the wounded during the Korean War. We had many reunions within the last twenty years. As we get "longer in the tooth" it is very difficult for many of us to travel any longer. Our last formal reunion was held in Washington, DC when the Department of Defense put on a 50th Anniversary of The Korean War program at the DC Convention Center to honor the veterans of all military branches for their service during the Korean War. I am honored to have served. Please list the 801st MAES in your USAF directory as the only Medical Air Evacuation Unit during the Korean Conflict. (Check book on the history of the USAF to confirm). Thanks to the 374th for many safe landings under very difficult circumstances and God Bless!
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Posted10/16/2008 11:55:26 PM

GuestRobert Lane
State & CountryVirginia - USA
MessageReunion for the 3rd Quartermaster Co. and 9th Field Artillery to be held in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. On May 19 thru May 21 2009
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Posted10/12/2008 9:58:31 PM

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